2019年8月17-18日两天我们携手张飞打印工作室在北京某高校艺术设计学院内举办“3D打印暑期集训营 3D Printing Summer Boot Camp”，欢迎年龄在8-16岁的青少年们踊跃报名参加（家长朋友们也欢迎陪同参与）！
3D Printing Summer Boot Camp! The summer holiday is coming, which is that children can’t wait to spend. But in addition to letting children relax and rest, are parents also trying to find some meaningful and cool activities for them?
No matter how “awesome cool” a class may be, there’s bound to be a few stragglers who are unable to keep up with the other students. What happened? Here’s what I try to do to avoid this situation, before and during the time it happens.
At a handful of schools and maker spaces in Hong Kong, I teach a paid, after school class for students interested in the STEAM subjects. The class is quite popular. In the most recent school term, 65 students applied for 36 seats. I guess I must be doing something that has really struck a chord with these students. So who are they?
After sharing with you my Lessons Learned after Teaching almost 200 Kids 3D Modeling for 3D Printing in my earlier blog, I now want to do two things: 1) Share with you in greater detail how I’ve been teaching kids (age 8 and older) 3D modeling for 3D printing and 2) Examine if I can do it better (your input would be greatly appreciated!).
What a great statement for a title. Do you know what is it? Read on to learn more about the Ub Iwerks is and what it means!
While it’s clear that doing 3D modeling helps children learn about objects in 3d space and how to think about the design and purpose of objects and the how and why they are created. It even helps improve the brains spatial understanding. We look into 3 of the top modeling apps for beginners.